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190XT Powerdirector Problems

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10-09-2010 04:56:06

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When I turn the steering all the way to the left or right on my 190XT the tractor will stop just as if you put the clutch in. As soon as you turn the steering back the opposite way the tractor takes off again. It does this in both the low and high side. Other than when turned sharp the tractor pulls good with no slippage. Is the powerdirector on the same circuit as the power steering and if so is there a priority valve that could be giving me problems? I am wondering if the oil supply to the powerdirector is being interrupted

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10-09-2010 19:38:58

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 Re: 190XT Powerdirector Problems in reply to dhs, 10-09-2010 04:56:06  
They are not connected in any way.
Engage your PTO and see if it stops when you turn and the tractor stops. Bob

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Elton Fancher

10-30-2010 15:29:42

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 Re: 190XT Powerdirector Problems in reply to chalmersbob(pa), 10-09-2010 19:38:58  
I believe the power steering and power director both run off the piggyback pump on the 190. You may have some hydraulic pressure issues.

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